Luke Grimbergen, Project Engineer

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I wanted to use my intermediate vocational diploma in mechanical engineering and higher vocational diploma in civil engineering in specialist projects. That’s when a former colleague referred me to Strukton Immersion Projects. And that’s where my journey with Strukton began, which would regularly take me abroad.

Here, you absolutely get the best from yourself

From nothing to a tangible object, of which you can say fifty years later: “We really did build that well.” That growth of ‘my’ project, that’s what gives me pleasure in my work. And everyone around me keeps challenging me to raise the bar just a little bit higher. Strukton’s not afraid to take on technically-challenging projects, so as a technician, you absolutely get the best from yourself.

I think it’s great to grow towards a managerial role for a project, for example as an original works preparer or project manager. And I know that in Strukton I’ll have the space to achieve this development, in terms of both technical knowledge and at a personal level.

Creative types come into their own

We all put our shoulders behind things. Even if, or precisely if, things aren’t perhaps going to plan. Everyone in Strukton is extremely friendly and always prepared to help you. Would you like to join us as a new colleague? Then you really need that friendliness. Creative types come into their own here, certainly when they don’t avoid challenges.